Tag Archive: Dallas Cowboys

Jun 29

The Landry Hat: What One Former Exec Said About The Cowboys Will Have Fans Doing Flip


From 1960 until 1989, Gil Brandt was the chief talent scout and vice president of player personnel for the Dallas Cowboys. Brandt helped form America’s Team. Over 25-years later, the 82-year old is still in the business of scouting players as a senior analyst for NFL.com. Brandt certainly has the pedigree to back-up his opinions. …

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Jun 20

BTB: Cowboys Offseason 2015: Rookie Review


While the OTAs and minicamp are primarily a lot of work against air, it still was the first real chance to see how the rookies looked against real NFL talent. Here are some early impressions of how they did. Although the Dallas Cowboys had their first chance to show the coaching staff what they could …

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May 21

No Guts, No Glory: British journalist Tom Bradby has been mistakenly getting blasted


For all of you who don’t know by now, New England Patriots QB Tom Brady does not have a Twitter account. But that hasn’t stopped many people from voicing their opinions about him to the wrong account.*British journalist and ITV political editor*Tom Bradby has seen his mentions turned up a notch since all of the*Deflategate …

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May 17

BTB: Which Cowboys Pass Rusher Will Get The Most Sacks This Year?


The Cowboys have Randy Gregory, Greg Hardy, and DeMarcus Lawrence that all figure to be in the mix for double-digit sacks. But which one among those three has the best chance to get the most sacks? Greg Hardy is without a doubt the most accomplished pass rusher on the Dallas Cowboys roster. The main variable …

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May 11

2015 Rookies Who Will Make A Difference


362 days a year, NFL teams quietly count their draft selections and pray that their players become valuable assets. For the remaining three days in the year, NFL teams shirk their quietly held principles and get ruthless, in order to secure the best players. The draft occurs over a period of seven rounds, and a …

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Apr 12

Roger Staubach thinks Johnny Manziel has “Russell Wilson-type tale


As many of you know by now, Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel has been released from rehab. Now the focus will be on whether or not Manziel will get serious about playing football. Even before Manziel declared for the NFL Draft, many were skeptical if his skills would translate to the NFL. To this day, …

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Apr 11

The Landry Hat: Dallas Cowboys 1975 Draft: The Dirty Dozen, One Of The Best Ever


The 1975 NFL Draft took place a mere two weeks after Super Bowl IX. The Dallas Cowboys finished that season with an 8-6 record and out of the playoffs for the first time in nine years. The upcoming draft would be a critical turnaround point for the Cowboys. And Dallas would use it to instantly …

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Mar 18

The Landry Hat: Dallas Cowboys Definite Winners In Free Agency

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Ignore what some other people or websites might say: The Dallas Cowboys are winners in the free agency game. It’s actually grown pretty tired and boring over the years debating which teams have emerged as “victorious” in the spending game that has become the kickoff to the NFL new year. Ask yourself these questions: Are …

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Feb 22

Homeland Security chief: Be ‘vigilant’ at malls

The secretary of Homeland Security on Sunday warned shoppers at Minnesota’s iconic Mall of America and similar venues to be vigilant in the wake of new terrorist threats. “I’m not telling people to not go to the mall,” Secretary Jeh Johnson said on NBC’s Meet The Press. “I think that there needs to be an …

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Feb 09

Tony Dorsett on CTE: I had no idea ‘the end was going to be like this’


Hall of Fame running back Tony Dorsett was diagnosed with having signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in November 2013. It’s been an uphill battle since then, but he has a lot of fight left. “I’m in the fight, man,” Dorsett told 1310 The Ticket in Dallas, according to ESPN.com. “I’m not just laying around letting …

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